Skip to main content

Full text of "Official register of the officers and acting midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy"

See other formats


OFFICIAL REGISTER 



'JSTT 



OFFICERS AND MIDSHIPMEN 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



NEWPOKT, RHODE ISLAND, 

DECEMBEE 31, 1863. 



NEWPORT : 

FREDERICK ^« IP R A. T 1 

1864. 



\ 




BOARD OF VISITORS. 



The following named gentlemen were invited by the Hon. Secretary of the Navy to attend 
the examination of the Midshipmen of the Naval Academy in May, 1863. 

Rear Admiral L. M. Goldsborough, U. S. N., President. 

Hon. Edward Everett, Massachusetts. 
Charles EameSj Esq., District Columbia. 
Sidney Brooks> Esq., Rhode Island. 
Commodore Henry K. Hoff, U. S. Navy. 
Hon. C. "W. Cathcart, Indiana. 
Jacob Butler, Esq., Iowa. 
Commodore R. B. Hitchcock, U. S. Navy. 

EXTRACT FROM THE REGULATIONS OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY. 

Sec 8. The Secretary of the Navy will, when expedient, annually invite a Board of 
Visitors, such as he may judge well qualified, to attend at the Academy during the June exam- 
ination, for the purpose of witnessing the examination of the several classes, and of examining 
into the state of the police, discipline, and general management of the Institution; the 
result of which examination they will report to the Secretary of the Navy. 



OFFICERS OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY, 



Commodore G-EORGE S. BLAKE, U.S. 1ST., Superintendent. 



ACADEMIC STAFF. 



Commandant of Midshipmen, Instructor of Sea- 
manship, Naval Gunnery, Naval Tactics, In- 
fantry Tactics, and Howitzer Drill. 

Senior Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, 
in charge of the Practice-Ship Marion, and 
Instructor of Seamanship and Naval Tactics. 

j, Senior Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, 
in Executive Duty. 

Senior Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, 
in charge of the Practice-Ship Macedonian, 
and Instructor of Naval Gunnery and Howit- 
zer Drill. 
Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, and 
d . . y Assistant Instructor of Naval Gunnery and 
Howitzer Drill. 
Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, and 

Lieut.-Com'r Francis B. Blake )■ Assistant Instructor of Seamanship and Na- 

J vol Tactics. 

} Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in 
charge of School-Ships Constitution and San> 
tee. 

Lieutenant Joseph D.Marvin I Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, In- 

) structor of Infantry Tactics. 

Lieutenant Francis S. Brown I Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in 

) Executive Duty. 
Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in 

Lieutenant William T. Sampson J- Executive Duty School-Ships Constitution and 

Santee, 

\ Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in 
Executive Duty. 



Lieutenant Francis O. Davenport. , . , 



Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in 
Executive Duty, School-Ship Constitution. 



Reported for duty, 2 Feb., 1864. 



tLieut Horace E Mullan... .A Assistant io Commandant of Midshipmen, in 

j Executive Duty, School-Ship Constitution. 

Lieut John H Rowland ' X Assistant io Commandant of Midshipmen, in 

J Executive Duty, School-Ship Santee. 

Lieut. Nathaniel W.Thomas } Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in 

) Executive Duty, School-Ship Santee. 

John H. C. Coffin j Pro f essor °f Astronomy, Navigation, and Sur- 

) veying. 

Mark H. Beecher , Professor and Assistant of Mathematics. 

William H. Willcox Professor and Assistant of Mathematics. 

Augustus W. Smith ... . . I Pro f essor °f Natural and Experimental Philoso- 



Joseph E. Nourse Professor of Ethics and English Studies. 

Arsene N. Gtr ault Professor of the French Language. 

Edward A . Roget Professor of the Spanish Language. 

EdWard Se ager Professor of Drawing and Draughting. 

Charles R Hale... \ Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Mathe- 

) matics. 

John S Wallace \ Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Ethics 

S and English Studies. 

Donald McLaren... \ Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Ethics 

) and English Studies. 

Thomas Barney... ... \ Assistant Professor of Ethics and English 

) Studies. 

Leopold V. Dovilliers Assistant Professor of the French Language. 

Thomas GK Forde Assistant Prof, of Ethics and English Studies. 

Charles J. White ") 

GrEORGE SEARLE 

G-eorge A- Osborne... .. I Assistant Professors of Mathematics, on tempo- 

JohnM.Rice '. | rary Service. 

John A. Davenport J 

Henry S. Mackintosh ~| 

Isaac B. Barker I 

William W. Fay . 5 Assistant Professors of Ethics and English Stud- 

Joseph E. Dickson ....... .'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.*. .* .' I *' es ' on t em P<>rary Service. 

Chauncey T. Hyde J 

David M. Greene, 2d Asst. Engineer . ) Acting Assistant Professors of Natural and 
John D. Van Buren, 2d Asst.Engin'r .. ) Experimental Philosophy. 

Henry Hitchtngs ..( Assistant Professor of Drawing, on temporary 

Service. 



t Detached, 12 Feb., 1864. 



Assistant Librarian, Acting Assistant Profes- 

amuel P. N. Smyth . y sor of Mathematics and Ethics and English 

Studies. 

Justin Bonnafous Sword Master. 

Andrew Jameeeier Assistant Sword Master. 

OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ACADEMIC STAFF. 

Horace M.Hieskeee Paymaster. 

Samuee Jackson * Surgeon. 

Mason Nobee Chaplain. 

Richard M. Chase Secretary. 

Wieeiam L. "Wheeeer Assistant Surgeon. 

Aaron S. Oberey Assistant Surgeon. 

Richard Swann Commissary. 

Edward Sparks Storekeeper. 

Owen D. Robb First Clerk to the Superintendent. 

Theophieus C. Dunn , Jr ... Second Clerk to the Superintendent. 

Charees L . Harris Clerk to the Commandant of Midshipmen. 

Josefh H. Havens Assistant Treasurer. 



OFFICERS AND MIDSHIPMEN 

Attached to the Practice Ships "Macedonian" and "Marion," during 
Summer Cruises of 1863. 



SLOOP MACEDONIAN. 



Lieut.-Com'r STEPHEN B. LUCE, Commanding. 

Lieutenants. — Alfred T. Mahan, Thomas L. Swarm, William T. Sampson, and Henry F. 
Picking. Ensign — Philip H. Cooper. Acting Ensign. — Pierre D'Orleans. — Assistant 
Surgeon. — David F. Ricketts. Assistant Paymaster. -^Horace P. Tuttle. Chaplain. — 
William A. Hitchcock. Asst. Profr. — George A. Osborne, Instructor of Navigation. 
Captain's Clerk. — C. L. Harris. Paymasters Clerk. — C. W. Adams. 

Midshipmen — Barclay, Chester. C. E. Clark, L. Clark, Coffin, F. A Cook, W. S. Dana, 
Williamson, Dunn, G-lidden, P. F. Harrington, Leary, Hendrickson, Ludlow, McClure, 
Frank Morris, Mullan, Pendleton, Eathbone, Sigsbee, Van Vleck, Wheeler, W. C. Wise, 
and Wright, — Amory, Fred'k McCormick, I. T. Morris, and Ragsdale. — Baldy, Belknap, 
Burwell, Clarkson, Clifton, Courtis, Crocker* Cutts, D. W. Davis, Dayton, Grill, Hemphill, 
Housel, Hunker, Judd, S. N. Kane, A. S. Keith, H. W. Lyon, Makenzie, Maynard, W. I. 
Moore, Reisinger, Rich, Roben, Ryors, Schuyler, Soley, C. S. Sperry, Sprague, J. Gh Talbot, 
Trumbull, Totten, Watts, Walker, and Wisner. — J. R. Adams, Boyd, Bramhall, G. L. 
Brown, K. D. Browne, Colby, Coster, Dahlgren, Delehanty, Dunlap, Emory, Emhout, Ett- 
ing, Foree, Gheen, Gillpatrick, Gilpin, Higbee, Hone, Jenks, Lillie, Little, C. Lyon, Emmet, 
McCormack, Mcllvaine, McMurdy, H. L. Mansfield, Maus, Maxwell, Jas. Moore, Morrow, 
F. W. Mchols, Norris, W. H. Parker, H. S. Peck, Phelan, Peshine, Chas. Preston, Price, 
Remey, Satt'ord, Sedgwick, E. C. Smith, Starr, D. A. Stewart, R. Stockton, J. T. Sullivan, 
F. M. Symonds, Terrell, E. W. Very, Welles, Wessells, H. Whelen, T. S. Williams, F. M. 
Wise, E. H. Wilson, H. R. Wilson, and Woodman.— C. T. Adams, Alkins, J. A. Barnes, 
Berrian, and W. F. Hall. — 126. 

Boatswain. — Edward B. Bell. Gunner. —George Fouse ; Carpenter. — Joseph G. My- 
ers. Sailmaker. — Stephen Seaman. 

SLOOP MARION. 

Lieut.- Com? r. — Edmund O. Matthews, Commanding. 

Lieutenants. — Theodore F. Kane, and Joseph D. Marvin. Assistant Surgeon. — Benja- 
min F. Pierce, A. A. Paymaster. — Albert J. Wright. 

Midshipmen. — *Hoff, * Evans, *Gridley, *Irvin, and * Whiting. — Ackley, Beebe, Blair, 
J. M. Bradford, H. S. Bridge, Cathcart, H. T. Cook, Cushman, H. H. Davis, Dorrance, 



Eames, Gardner, Gookin,Hays,Hanford, Hollingshead, Jacob, Kessler, Lisle, Meigs, Morse, 
Nicholson, A. G. Paul, W. C. G-. Perry, Peirce, Reeder, A. F. Robinson, Spalding, Stembel, 
Stickney, Stockbridge, Swinburne, Taft, Thatcher, S. W. Very, W. K". Whelen, H. H. Wil- 
son, and Young. — Alfter, Babbitt, J. H. Carpenter, Church, Clason, Crumbaugh, Davol, 
Drake, Fenner, W. L. Field, Foliot, Frost, Goodwin, Hughes, Huttleston, Kenney, Kneass, 
Knox, Lawrence, Leutze, Logan, Lull, Pillsb\iry, Post, Ridgely, Seager, Sedman, H. Smith, 
Sturdy, Tallman, and D. L. "Wilson. — 74. 

Acting Master's Mate. — John W. Johnson, Acting Boatswain, Carpenter. — Oliver H. 
Gerry. 

Attached to the " Marion's " command, The 

SCHOONER AMERICA. 

Midshipman * DOUGLASS R. CASSELL, in Charge. 

Acting Master's Mates. — August Adler, and Harrison Thompson. 

Midshipmen. — Mayo, Phillips, Christopher, Cowie, English, Gilmore, P. Harrington, E. 
R. Hall, Hutchinson, Kirkland, McMechan, and H. B. Mansfield. -—13. 

Midshipmen whose names are marked thus (*) performed duty as Acting Lieutenant, 
during the cruises. 



MIDSHIPMEN 



ARRANGED IN 



AS DETERMINED AT THE 



GENERAL EXAMINATION 



JTJ^E , 1863. 



NOTE. 

Midshipmen whose names are marked thus * are the five most distinguished in their 
respective classes. 

Those marked thus f were found deficient, and turned hack to recommence the studies of 
their respective classes. 

Those marked thus J were found deficient and recommended for discharge. 

Those marked thus § Resignations, Casualties, &c, to December 31, 1863. 

Whenever a Midshipman shall have a number of demerits recorded against him greater 
than two hundred during any one academic year, he shall he declared deficient in conduct, 
and he immediately reported to the Secretary of the Navy for his decision, whether he shall 
be dropped forthwith from the Navy or otherwise. See Regulations, Naval Academy. 



11 



FIRST CLASS — 20 MEMBERS, GRADUATES OF 1863. 
DETACHED 28th MAY, AND ORDERED INTO ACTIVE SERVICE. 



Name. 



Henry Glass 

Ernest J. Dichman .. 
Charles McGregor ... 
William W. Maclay. 

Philip H. Cooper 

Ira Harris, Jr. 

Henry C. Taylor 

Allan D. Brown 

Marston Niles 

George H. Wadleigh. 

John D.Clark 

Pierre D'Orleans. . . . 
A. S. Crowinshield.. 

John C. Pegram 

Charles H. Craven. . . 

Frank Wildes 

Augustus G. Kellogg. 
Joseph B.Coghlan... 

James H. Sands 

Yates Stirling 

W W H .. . 



State. 



ni 

Wis... 
Ill 

N. Y. . 
N.Y. . 
N. Y.. 
Ohio . . 
N. Y. . 
N.J. . 
N. H. . 
N.Y... 
France 
N. Y. . 
Ky.... 

Me 

Mass. . 

Ill 

Ill 

Md. ... 

Md 

Ohio... 



Date of 
Admission 






Sep. 24, 1860116 
Sep. 20, 1860|16 
Sep. 21, 1860,17 
Oct. 4,186014 
Sep.28,1860|l6 
Sep. 22, 1860 17 
Sep. 20, 1860 
Sep. 26, 1860 
Sep. 25, 1860 
Sep. 27, 1860 
Sep. 22, 1860 
Oct. 14, 1861 
Sep. 25, 1860 
Sep. 21, 1860 
Sep. 20, 1860 
Sep. 21, 1860 
Sep. 21, 1860 
Sep. 27, 1860 
Nov.22,1859 
Sep. 27, 1860 
Sep. 26, 1860 



Ordek of Merit in 



4 2 

21 4 

1 1 
1317 

3j 3 
19 11 



1 

3J15 

819 

11116 



12:10 
1416 
17 19 

1817 
al 7. 



16 14 
18 16 
10 ll 
17| 16 









12 



SECOND CLASS — 30 MEMBERS, 1863. 
DETACHED 30th SEPTEMBER AND ORDERED INTO ACTIVE SERVICE. 



William C. Wise 

Lewis Clark 

Purnell F. Harrington. . . 

Williamson Dunn 

Clarence Rathbone 

Douglas R. Cassell 

William B. Hoff , 

William K. Wheeler , 

William S. Dana 

Robley D. Evans 

Nicoll Ludlow 

Francis S. Cook 

Colby M. Chester 

Arthur H. Wright 

Charles E. Clark.. 

Charles J. Barclay 

Charles V. Gridley 

Francis Morris 

Charles D. Sigsbee 

Richard P. Leary 

William A. Van Vleek,... 

Charles H. Pendleton 

William H. Whiting, Jr. . . 

G-eorge M. McClure 

Dennis W. Mullan 

George W. Coffin 

George T. Davis 

Roland C. Irvin 

George D. B. Glidden.... 
William W. Hendrickson. 
Courtland C. Clements.. . . 



State, 



Ky... 

Conn. 

Del. . 

Ind. . 

N. Y. 

Ohio.. 

Penn. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Utah. 

N. Y. 

Mass. 

Conn. 

Ohio. 

Vt. .. 

Penn. 

Mich. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Md... 

N. Y.. 

Ky... 

Wis.. 

Penn. 

Ky... 

Mass . 

Mass. 

Penn. 

Me. .. 

Ohio.. 

Ind. ., 



D^TE OF 

Admission 



Sep. 

Sep, 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Oct 

Dec. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Oct. 

Sep. 

Oct. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Nov. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 



1860 
1861 
1861 
1860 
1S61 



1859 
1859 
1860 
1859 
1860 
1S59 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1859 
1860 
1859 
1860 
1860 
1859 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 



Order of Merit in — 



11 
6 
1 

4 25 
12 



19 

11 

9 

23 

5 

15 

28 

2 29 

8 20 

1 6 

8 22 
1126 

9 16 

4 2J 

4ia 

5 30 

« '• 

6 o 



3 

1 

5 

4 

2 
13 
21 
12 
18 

22 18 
14!ll 

6!l5 
17J22 
3114 

7|19 
2026 
24 9 
28 27 
19 13 



14 
17 
10 
15 
19 
3116 
16| 72 
22 129 



12 

23 
24 

6 

7 

4 23 
20 170 
11 81 

5162 

13:135 

9 i 110 

2 167 



2S 
25 
1 
29 
18 

127 
27 56 
26 132 
21 12 






|| See Merit Roll Graduating Class. 



13 



MIDSHIPMEN ON PROBATION AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY. 
SECOND DIVISION OF THE SECOND CLASS — 39 MEMBERS — 1863. 



Name. 



Caspar F. Goodrich. . . 
Charles Kennedy .... 
J Charles F. Sehmitz. . . 
'French E. Chad wick . 

; Henry C. Whire 

Bowman H. MeCalla . 
[Arthur H. Fletcher.. . 
| Albert G. Caldwell ... 
George W. Armentrout 
IDavid C. Woodrow.. 
William M- Folger . . 

Albert L. Baker 

Henry T. Dunn 

Theodore F. Jewell... 
Samuel H. Baker. . . . 
George S. B. Sullivan 
George N. Fiagg .... 

JohnC. Kennett 

Thomas S. Wilson. . . , 
James B. Weaver ... 

John Schouler 

Charles J. Train 

Francis H. Sheppard 
Edward M. Stedman. , 

Horace Elmer 

Benjamin P. Lamberton 
Francis W. Dlckins.. 
Oscar F. Heyerman . 

Edwin White 

George E. Tde ■. 

Samuel L. Wilson. . . 
Charles H. Davis, Jr. 
George F. F. Wilde . . 



State. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Conn. 
N. Y. 
Ind. . 
Va... 
Conn. 
N. J.. 
Ohio. 
md. . 
Ind. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. , 
X. Y. 
X. Y.. 
Va. . . . 
Ark... . 
Mass.., 
Vt ... 
Mo.... 
Cal. . . 
Penn. . 
Mass... 
Mass... 
Mo.... 
Mass... 
N.J... 
Perm.. 
I Conn. . 
Mich... 
I Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Mass... 
Mass... 



Dec. 9, 
Sep. 25, 
Oct. 19, 
Sep. 28, 
Oct. 16, 
Nov. 30, 
Xov. 29, 
Sep. 23, 
Xov. 23, 
Sep. 21, 
Sep. 21, 
Sep 28, 
Sep. 25, 
I Nov. 29, 
Sep. 24, 
Sep. 27, 

ISep. 21, 
Oct. 2, 
April 7, 
Nov. 30, 
iSep. 25, 
Nov. 27. 
Oct. 16, 
iSep. 27, 
'Sep. 27, 
|Sep. 21, 
■ Sep. 20, 
I Nov. 29, 
[Nov. 29, 
jSep 27, 
iSep. 20, 
Nov. 29, 
Nov. 30, 



i — 



Order of 
Merit in — 



Z - - - 



1861 14 11 
1861 16 
186l|l7 
1861 17 
186117 
1861 17 
1861 17 
1861 15 
1861 16 



2 1 

3 5 
113 

10 26 
6 10 
17 11 
13,17 
G15 12 
19 33 



1861 16 
186117 
186117 
186117 
1861 17 
186116 
1861115 
1&61 17 



1861 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 



4 It 
21 7 
14 32 
30 3 
34 22 

723 

16J 2 

8J24 

5 6 
23 14 
20!26 

1132 31 
24115 
9 29 
11 35 
2620 
29 9 



26 



1 1 
7 4 
34 3 
510 
9 2 

7 24 19 4 
24 2 81 
12 6 1137 

8 32 9 



6 33 25 

9 17 14 

5 10 15 

17 412 



13 6 

40 26 



1 103 
7 1 



4 



1861 14 
186117 
1861 16|10|12|25 

186117) 9 33| 4 
186l!l8!00l38!30 
1861'loilO 27119 



15 23 27 
3914( 7 
10 26 33 
22 31 24 
34 12016 5 
16 23 21 18 
""1117 



33 33 
31 32 
10 1 13 
27 19 



124 
3 20 27 9 

20 lib 
38 69 
411 5 
2 00 
14 9 
24 US 
11 62 



186117 

186116 
1861J16 



36 34 
2516 

18: 8 



20 22 
8'32 l 

29 29 5| 10 

30 J18 22,31 19 11 

39 |2li28 16 16 4 

20 26 i 38 l 2l|22| 19 

36 13137 13 26 5ti 

I7i28l36;28|l8| 68 
28 29 12'35ilO!H5 

35 35 35J30 35 42 



S Z 



12 



2 
8 

2|12 
2 12 
2 8 
2! 12 
2 12 
2 00 
2 12 
2 8 
2 12 
2 8 
2 8 
2 8 
2 8 
2 12 
2 8 
2 12 
212 
12 
8 
8 



14 



SECOND DIVISION OF THE SECON CLASS — Continued. 



Name. 



George W. Pigman.. 
John A. Vauglian . . . 
Kugene B. Thomas.. 
Herman C. Raebel.. . 
Gustavus V. Menzies 
Abraham H. Vail 













< 


Drdi 


:r 


OF 








ft 






o 


Merit in — 










m 
m 

a 

<1 












t3 


a 










o 
c3 
Si 












„ 












Ph 






o 






>> 












a 






cJ 






^ * 












V 




Date of 
Admission. 


60 


ft 


DO 

o 
o 

EH 


5"S 
.SPg 










cS 

o 

u 


m 
o 










A 


feyS 










V, 










■ 


a 

o 


C 
ci 

I 


1 




p 
a 


.2 

o 
o 
^3 


o 

P 


60 

R 

09 


3 
£ 

a; 


S3 




OB 






h 


£ 


m 


H 


* 


3 
3 


39 


ft 

34 


ft 

29 


A 

64 


2 


ft 


Tnd.... 


Sep. 28. 1861 


17 


9 


35 


21 


25 


12 


Perm.. 


Sep. 24, 1861 


16 


4 


22 


36 


22 


34 


15 


36 


36 


48 


2 


8 


Ohio.. 


Sep. 20,1861 


15 


9 


39 


37 


24 


37 


25 


23 


33 


137 


2 


12 


Ohio. . 


Sep. 23, 1861 


14 


8 


31 


38 


38 


30 


19 


38 


6 


68 


2 


8 


Kv.... 


Sep. 21, 1861 


17 


6 


28 


28 


29 


38 


41 


39 


25 


130 


2 


12 


Ind.... 


Sep. SO, 1861 


17 


5 


39 


39 


23 


36 


27 


37 


34 


101 


2 


8 



15 



THIRD CLASS— 69 MEMBERS— Uoi. 



Name. 



George A. Converse.. 
Fremont M. Hendrix . 

George Talcott 

Timothy A. Lyons. . . 
Socrates Hubbard . . . 

Edward V. Rowe 

Charles D. Griswold. 
Wallace Graham 
Cyrus W. Breed 
RoswellD. Hitchcock 
Edward L. Amory . . . 
George W. DeLong . . 

Joseph E. Craig 

Charles H. Black 

David N. Bell 

Louis Belrose 

Charles M. Thomas . . 
Oliver F. Garrison. . . 
William H. Elliott . . . 
Royal B. Bradford . . . 
Francis M. Barber. . . 
Francis M. Gove.. . . . 
Richard C. Hooker. . . 
Robert B. Reynolds . . 
George A. Bicknell. . . 
Henry E. Nichols. ... 
Edwin Longnecker. . . 
Leonard E. Chenery. 
Francis H. Parker. . . 



30 Jacob E. Noell. 



SI 

§32 
33 
34 
35 



John S. Newell 

William H. Preston. . 
Horatio R. Bigelow . . 
Edwin S. Houston . . . 
Beniamin S. Richards 



State. 



Vt.... 
Mo.... 
Ohio. . 
Minn.. 
Mo.... 
N. Y.. 
Vt.... 
Md. .. 
Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 
"At Large." 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Del. . . 
[nd. . . 
Va.... 
Penn.. 
Mo... . 
Ind. . . 
Me.... 
Ohio.. 
N. H.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Ind. . . 
N. Y.. 
Penn.. 
Cal. . . 
N. Y.. 
Penn . 
M. V.. 
Penn.. 
Me.... 
Penn.. 
Penn.. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Nov, 

March 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept, 

April 

Oct. 



1861 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1861 



17 
16 

17 

16 

17 

14 

16 

18 

16 

16j 3 

1700 

17 1 

16 9 

17 6 
15 5 



Order of 
Merit in — 



4 

17 
10 

5 
13 

9 
51 
26 
24 

31!35 
3332 



15 9 12 46 
15 2 27|21 
17J00 11 



17 2 

17| 4 

16100 

10 



19 



23 
25 
22 ! 42 
54J48 
35! 27 
19J30 
6311 
4 I 23 I 61 
15 11.39, 4|63 
15 3 14 7" 
17 8'40!40 
17 3'4li41 



17 9 42 20 34 
16 1 8 49 3835 



19 

14 
11120 
14 18l46 



45 
43 

4 

9 
27 29 
48 : 33 
52 1 5 
1037 
33 49 
30 



00 
00 
12 
12 
26 
87 
24 
12 
23 
8 
12 
39 
00 
44 
26 
00 
19 
61 
19 
44 
45 
39 
22 
6 
29 
40 
36 
62 
95 

130 
53 
15 

145 
29 
55 



16 



THIRD CLASS — Continued. 



Name. 



State. 



Thomas P. Wilson. 
Godfrey M. Hunter 
Samuel P. Baird . » 
George M. Book... 
Henry W. Gwinner. . 
Henry N. Manney . . . 
Wilhird H. Bvownson 
William W. Mead. . . . 
Benjamin E. Long. . . 
L<"'uis A. Kingsley . . . 

Thomas Perry 

Robert Impey 

Charles H. Stockton. 

Marcus B. Buford 

George C. Reiter 

Isaac T. Mor-ris 

James L. Mitchell . . . 
Frederick McCormick 
Hugh W. McKee . . . 

Abiel B. Carter 

David J. Clark 

Oscar White 

Leighton M. Ford. . . 
Josiah M. Wilson. . . 

Isaac I. Yates 

Isaac Hazlett 

Thos. W. Penhallow 
James K. P. Ragsdale 
Chapman C. Todd. . 
Arthur E. Chadsey.. 

Henry C. Lain 

Augustus R. Turley 
Thomas Williams. . . 
Charles W. Reynolds. 



Me 

N.Y... 
D.C... 
Ind. ... 
'"enn. . 

Mo 

Minn. . 
N.Y... 
Ky. ... 
N.Y... 
Conn. . 
N. Y... 
Ohio .. 
Perm. . 
Ky. ... 
Penn. . 
N.Y... 
Ohio . . 
Md. ... 
Ky.... 
N. J. . . 
N.Y... 
Ohio . . 
Penn. . 
Ind. . . . 
N.Y... 
Ohio . . 
N. H. . . 
Texas , 
Ky. ... 
N.Y... 
Ohio. . . 
Ohio. . . 
Mich. , 
N. Y.. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



30, 1861 

20, 1861 
25, 1861 

27, 1861 

22, 1861 
2, 1861 

24, 1861 

29, 1861 

30, 1861 

23, 1861 

28, 1861 
25, 1861 

21, 1861 
13, 1861 

9, 1861 
20, 1861 
20, 1860 

20, 1861 
25, 1860 

25, 1861 

24, 1861 
27, 1860 

21, 1861 
27. 1861 
2lj 1861 
21, 1861 

27, 1861 

28, 1861 
21, 1860 

9, 1861 

2, 1861 

21, 1861 

29, 1861 

26, 1860 
20, 1861 



Order of 



Merit in — 



5937 
25'33 
20 12 
2110 
53 31 
58 28 
8 59 

15 29 
46 24 
38,51 
52|49 

718 
4557 
7150 

16 45 
6244 
4455 

1|52 
32'53 
28J58 
7556 
4134 
5764 
4854 
6647 
69^2 
76 

70^63 
73 67 
34,» ei 
74|35 
72 17 

Def 
55 





32 
22 

128 
32 
13 

140 
38 
33 
26 
72 
28 
63 
26 
31 
73 
74 
42 
41 
62 
53 

114 

130 
16 
26 
00 

122 
00 

105 
23 
88 
41 
66 
87 

152 
5 



00 
00 
12 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
12 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



17 



SECOND DIVISION OF THE THIRD CLASS — 64 MEMBERS — 186? 



Name. 



Albert L. Sprague 

Richard M. Cutts 

Montg'y R. Schuyler. . . 

William T. Burwell 

Wash burn Maynard. . . . 

William Watts. 

Henry W. Lyon 

William W. Reisinger. . 

Asa Walker 

Ransome B. Peck 

James H. Dayton 

Samuel N. Kane 

Douglass Roben 

George M. Totten 

John J. Hunker 

Frederic W. Crocker. . . 

Robert N. Griffen 

John C. Soley 

John G. Talbot. ....... 

Richard F. Clifton 

Anthony R. Truax 
Charles H. Fitzgerald . . 

Charles S. Sperry 

John C. Rich 

Edward M. Taylor 

Thomas C. Anderson. . . 

Frank Courtis 

Frederick A. Belknap. . 

Murray S. Day 

Henry C. Wisner , 

Samuel F. Clarkson 

Asa S. Keith 

Robert S. Ryors 

Morris R. S. Mackenzie. 
William I. Moore 



State. 



N. Y. 
D. C. 

Mo. . . , 

Mo..., 
Tenn., 
N. Y. 
Mass. 

Md... 
N. H. 



Mo... 

Ind... 

R. I.. 

Ohio. 

N. J.. 

Ohio. 

Mass. 

Penn. 

Mass. 

Ky... 

Penn. 

Mich. 

Penn. 

Conn. 

Del... 

Penn. 

Ky. 

Cal... 

Mass. 

Mass. 

Mich. 

N. Y.. 

Minn. 

N. M. 

N. J.. 

Va... 



Date of 
Admission. 



April 11 

Sept. 22 

Sept. 29 

Sept 29 

Oct. 6 

April 10 

Oct. 7 

April 21 
Nov. 
Nov. 



21 
20 

Sept. 27 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 27 
April 18 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
April 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Oct. 8 
Sept. 24 
April 17 
Sept. 20 
April 18 
April 11 
Sept. 27 
April 12 



1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 



Order of 

MERIT IN — 



18 



SECOND DIVISION OF THE THIRD CLASS — Continued. 



Name. 



State. 



37 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
§50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
t 
t 
t 

X 

t 
t 

t 



Charles G. Dyer-; 

Frank Turnbull 

James S. Tomkins.. . . 

Charles H. Judd 

Louis V. Housel 

Robert E. Carmody. . . 
William L. Carpenter.. 

R< bert M. Berry 

Charles T. Hutchins... 

Joseph D. Powell 

Charles F. Arnold 

George A. Baldy 

John H. Sherburne. . . 

Edward N. Roth 

Dickson C. Shaw 

Joseph N. Hemphill. . 

Clifford B. Gill 

Rufus Waterman 

Daniel W. Davis 

Walter Trumbull 

William C Jameson. . 
Joseph P. Yerkes. .. . 

George S. Dana 

Alfred W. Baylies. . . . 

John M. Duncan 

John F. Fisher 

Fordyee M. Keith 

Erastus W. Parker. . . 
John F. Tasker 



Date of 
Admission. 



Order of 
merit IN — 



111 

N.M 

Ill 

N. Y 

Penn 

N. Y 

N. Y 

Ky 

Penn 

N. Y 

N. Y 

Mich 

Mass 

Ohio 

Penn 

Ohio 

N. H 

R. I 

Penn 

Ill 

Ohio 

Penn 

N.Y 

Mass 

Ky 

Md 

Ohio 

Mo 

N. H 



Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Feb 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 



20, 
20, 
27, 
23, 
14, 
29, 
20, 
31, 

1, 

21, 
14, 

29, 
24, 
19, 
20, 
27, 
23, 
25, 
28, 
18, 
27, 
28, 
28, 
15, 
21, 
28, 
21, 
12, 
24, 



1861 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1861 



S 



10- 
9 
3 
31 

103 
26 
20 
14 
67 
56 
45 
67 

138 
86 
84 

145 
65 

151 

163 

152 
66 
41 

109 
54 
85 
13 
58 
14 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
4 00 
6 00 
2 00 



00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

CO 

2100 

200 

200 

2J00 

2 00 

2|00 



a Not examined. Absent with leave on account of ill health. 



19 



FOURTH CLASS — 112 MEMBERS — 1863. 



*1 
*2 
*3 
*4 
*5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
§34 
35 
36 



Name. 



Franklin Hanford. 

William M. Little 

Jerome E. Morse, 

David A. Stewart 

Paul Dahlgren 

Charles L. Phillips 

Theodore S. Williams 

Charles H. Jenks 

George A. Norns 

Frederick M. Wise 

James R. Adams 

George Pierce 

Thomas C. Terrill 

Frederic W. Gardner 

Daniel Edgar , 

William H. Emory , 

Edward B. Mayo , 

George W. Coster 

James F. Morrow , 

Edward W. Remey , 

Emmet McCormack , 

Edward Woodman , 

Horatio R. Wilson 

William D. Nicolson 

Alfred Foree 

Abraham B. H. Lillie 

Samuel W. Very 

Andrew A. Blair 

Perry Ernhout 

John R. Phelan 

Caleb Lyon, Jr 

Robert Young 

William T. Swinburne . . . 

Charles H.Sedgwick 

Lyman G. Spalding 

George Maxwell, Jr 



State. 



N.Y 

N. Y 

Mass. . . , 

Mo , 

D. C 

Penn. . . 
Iowa 
Penn. . . 
Me 



Md. . . . 
N.Y... 
Penn... 
Ind. ... 
Mass. . 
N.Y. .. 
D. C... 
Conn. . 
N.Y... 
Ohio... 
Iowa . . 
Ohio... 
N. H... 
N. J. . . 
N. t... 
Ky.... 
N.Y... 
Mass. . . 
Mo 



N.Y 

Penn 

Nev.T'y. 

Perm 

R.I 

N.Y 

At Large . 
Ohio 



Date of 
Admission. 



Nov. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



1862 

1863 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1863 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1863 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 



Order of 
merit TN — 



5 
2 
17114 

5 3 

1417 
6;10 ! 12 

8 6J47 
112 22 

9 11i33 



11 

25 

9 

4 

1 

27 

51 

12 

7 

3135 
9|16 
39:50 
2645 
25 36 
24J39 
2134 
20144 
lj 8 
1619 
1854 
2252 
67J26 
2979 
4918 
4615 
56:28 
3384 



5 12 
26 

12 

4048 
3164 
9j57 
1324 39 
33 8 28 
26 
1 
66 
4 
19 
18 
25 
20 
4 
66 
19 
14j70|95 
223011 
24 35 65 
5137146 
792720 



59 



44,47 
55:60 
81162 
6310 

47 55 40 
2538:83 

2911 16 
355810 
78 34129 



5125 
22 






53 

96 

46 

121 

19 

50 

00 

101 

136 

189 



182 
74 

48 
6 
28 
00 
17 
75 
68 
36 
91 

147 
49 
23 
24 
49 
14 

167 
71 
00 



00 
9 

00 
00 

9 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

9 
00 

9 
12 
00 

9 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

9 
00 
00 

9 

9 

00 

00 
00 



20 



FOURTH CLASS— Continued. 



Name. 



Enos T. Martin 

George W. Bramhall . . . 

Seth M. Ackley 

Harold S. Peck 

John M. Taft 

William H. Reeder 

Joseph L. Stickney. . . . 

Richard M. Lisle 

John H. H. Peshine 

Bloomfield Mcllvaine. . . 

Arthur A. Boyd 

Frederick K. Maus. 

Marcus B. Silver 

George J. Brown 

George L. Brown 

Henry L. Mansfield. . . . 

James M. Stembel 

Edward H. Wilson 

William H. Parker, Jr.. 

Albert F. Robinson 

Andrew Dunlap, Jr. . . . 

Richard Stockton 

Frank W. Nichols 

William W. Gillpatrick. 

Theodore M. Etting 

John H. McMurdy 

Daniel Delehauty 

Simon N. Kessler 

Edward H. Gheen 

Charles E. Starr 

William N. Whelen 

Henry C. Townsend. . . 

Henry Whelen 

George R. Safford 

Harry W. Price 

conn M. Bradford 



State. 



Kansas 
N.J... 
Mass . . 

Ill 

R.I.;.. 



Iowa 

111 

Penn 

Mo 

Penn 

N. Y 

Ill 

Penn 

Col. T'y. 
Ohio.... 
Conn. . . . 
At Large. 

Ill 

Va 

At Large. 
N.Y..... 

Iowa 

Mass 

Kansas. .. 

Penn 

Ky 

N. Y.... 

Penn 

Penn 

Iowa 
Penn.. . . 

Ind 

Iowa 

Va 

Penn 

N. Y . . . . 



Date of 
Admission. 



Dec. 4 
Sept. 23 
Oct. 4 
Sept. 29 
Feb. 25 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 25 
Feb. 26 
Oct. 8 
Oct. 11 
Sept. 20 
Jan. 22 
Jan. 6 
April 16 
Sept. 29 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 27 
April 17 
Sept. 20 
April 23 
Sept. 26 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 27 
Nov. 25 
April 19 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 25 
Oct. 9 
Jan. 17 
Sept. 23 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 23 
Oct. 9 



, 1861 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1862 
,1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
,1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 



Order of 
merit in — 



^ 








r^ 
















ho 








< 








nd 








c 








IS 












t>. 








,3 








ft 




S 


a 




>> 


£ 


a 

08 


bn 

O 


1 


< 


$ 


$ 


n 


59 


41 


30 


65 


66 


32 


34 


28 


30 


55 


68 


72 


51 


10 


52 


7 


70 


6 


45 


29 


41 


30 


83 


33 


32 


24 


38 


54 


15 


63 


80 


36 


8 


62 


85 


43 


52 


60 


31 


50 


58 


29 


26 


14 


65 


23 


53 


88 


57 


53 


32 


56 


19 


95 


62 


98 


28 


98 


105 


77 


40 


104 


65 


71 


81 


31 


15 


15 


42 


88 


49 


102 


80 


38 


41 


41 


23 


87 


108 


75 


55 


73 


46 


93 


36 


64 


64 


76 


47 


75 


59 


86 


53 


21 


76 


91 


68 


48 


107 


21 


73 


83 


2 


39 


45 


57 


90 


63 


62 


42 


100 


23 


54 


80 


75 


57 


44 


67 


60 


90 


60 


85 


104 


83 


79 


65 


103 


89 


75 


68 


86 


100 


64 


46 


61 


79 


78 


59 


67 


85 


69 


49 


73 


80 











rt 




a> 




>> 




£ 




,a 








u 










if. 




a 


Eh 


i 


a 




0> 


p 


A 


i 


21 


36 


00 


19 


42 


87 


86 


44 


14 


43 


72 


97 


79 


100 


7 


104 


154 


50 


25 


98 


95 


7 


00 


47 


29 


38 


00 


5 


3 


15 


14 


101 


14 


31 


00 


42 


93 


45 


73 


34 


29 


76 


111 


27 


120 


77 


9 


52 


25 


67 


99 


69 


71 


89 


48 


68 


13 


105 


44 


33 


63 


18 


19 


37 


00 


108 


183 


86 


54 


109 


107 



00 



21 



FOURTH CLASS. — Continued. 













Order of 






d, 










a 
o 

"3 


MlERlT FN — 






o 
o 










1 














"3 


« 


Name. 


State. 


Date of 


o 
o 


OS 












3 

o 
o 


s 






Admission. 


•B 


CO 










?. 


"E 


? 








ts 


< 










p 


OQ 


o 
c 
« 








o 
co 
< 


a 

03 










SI 

6 


d 

m 


3 










E 


a 

s 


>> 

% 

u 


c 


CO 

s 

'I 


a 




o 


I 


-= 




i 


•o 








- 


- 




eS 


O 




C3 


=. 


- 


-i 










~ 


C 










Sh 


w 


Z 


es 


O 








> 


- 


< 


O 


© 


K 


- 


- 


2 


- 


73 


John F. Meigs, Jr 


Penn 


Oct. 4, 1862 


14 





72 


91 


39 


78 


66 


96 


3 


9 


74 


Cbas. H.E.Stockbridge 


Me 


Nov. 25, 1862 


16 


3 


77 


37 


70 


8. 


103 


164 


4 


00 


$75 


Frederick Sturtevant . 


N H 


Nov. 28, 1861 


19 





76 


92 


92 


t: 


60 


100 


2 


00 


76 


John W. Cathcart 


Md 


Sept. 24, 1862 


16 


3 


74 


69 


106 


6; 


84 


157 


3 


9 


77 


Harrison G. 0. Colby. 


Ma«s 


Nov. 22. 1862 


16 


10 


fc2 


86 


03 


61 


94 


35 


4 


00 


§78 


Calbraith P. Hone..'.. 


N. J 


Sept. 30, 1861 


13 


9 


61 


103 


109 


96 


58 


180 


4 


00 


79 


James Moore 


N. Y 


Sept. 29, 1862 


15 


11 


9b 


40 


74 


53 


13 


77 


4 


00 


t 


Keyes D. Browne. . . . 


R.I 


Sept. 22, 1862 


15 


9 


LK-f 


74 


27 


61 


70 


00 


4 


00 


I 


Harvey H. Davis 


11! 


Sept. 29, 1862 


17 





50 


81 


54 


Def 


17 


161 


3 


9 


f 


George M Dorrance... 


N. Y 


Sept. 27, 1862 


15 





Def 


58 


58 


49 


54 


59 


3 


9 


t 


Frederick M. Gilpin.. . 


Penn 


Sept. 22, 1862 


16 


8 


Def 


76 


87 


42 


56 


19 


4 


00 


§t 


Charles B. Gookin.... 


Mass 


Nov. 25, 1862 


15 


2 


Def 


93 


84 


101 


93 


199 


1 


00 


t 


Dan'el H.'Kigbee 


N. Y 


April 10, 1862 


17 


5 


Def 


99 


57 


97 


66 


156 


6 


00 


t 


Robert K. Hollingshead 


Md 


Oct. 10, 1862 


15 


1 


27 


71 


42 


Def 


79 


10 


3 


9 


t 


Edwin S. Jacob 


Va 


Oct. 14, 1862 


17 


1 


Def 


101 


101 


82 


21 


7 


3 


9 


I 


Allan G. Paul 


R. [ 


Sept. 22, 1862 


15 


11 


Def 


66 


21 


44 


85 


35 


3 


9 


*t 


Charles Preston 


Conn 


Nov. 22, 1862 


16 


3 


Def 


72 


77 


31 


91 


71 


4 


00 


f 


Edward C. Smith 


Mich 


April 15, 1862 


15 


6 


43 


Def 


28 


73 


61 


122 


4 


00 


t 


Frederick M. Symonds 


NY 


Sept. 25, 1862 


16 


4 


Def 


56 


97 


Def 


82 


13 


4 


00 


t 


John T. Sullivan.. .... 


N.Y 


Oct. 8, 1862 


16 


6 


Def 


102 


69 


103 


49 


16 


4 


00 


§t 


Thomas G. Welles.... 


At Large. . 


Sept. 20, 1862 


16 


3 


Def 


97 


48 


64 


74 


180 


4 


00 


f 


Henry W. Wessells, Jr. 


N.Y... .. 


Sept. 20, 1862 


15 


9 


Def 


78 


20 


45 


106 


95 


4 


00 


t 


James E. Beebe 


N. Y 


Sept. 29, 1862 


14 


10 


Def 


89 


95 


84 


23 


58 


3 


9 


t 


Henry T. Cook 


Iowa 


Sept. 26, 1862 


14 


11 


Def 


43 




16 


71 


10 


3 


9 


I 


Herbert Cushman 


Penn 


Sept. 23, 1862 


16 


3 


Def 


20 


88 


13 


107 


62 


3 


9 


t 


William M. Hays 


Ind 


Oct. 13, 1862 


15 


9 


Def 
Def 
Def 
Def 

Def 
Def 


Def 


89 


Def 


62 


137 


3 


9 


t 


James S. Thatcher.. . . 


Ohio 


Sept. 29, 1862 


14 


5 


94 


1 


17 


24 


89 


3 


9 


§t 


Henry H. Wilson 


Mass 

N. Y 


.sept. 23, 1862 
Sept. 20, 1861 


.0 

17 


10 

£ 


90 

77 


23 

96 


52 

95 


72 
102 


146 
140 


3 
2 


9 


t 


Stephen D. Adams.. . . 


00 


j 


Charles G. Blake..... 
Charles J. Buchan 


Ind. 


Nov. 29, 1861 
April 17, 1862 


14 
18 


9 
1 


96 
61 


98 
94 


94 
46 


4 


144 

so 


2 
2 


00 


J 


N.Y 


00 


J 


Stephen D. Field 


Mass 


Oct. 4, 1862 


16 


9 


Def 


Def 


50 


99 


96 


180 


00 


t 


Mitchell F. Jamar .... 


Md 


April 15, 1862 


14 


2 


Def 


70 


71 


74 


90 


179 


2 00 


j. 


Lawrence Mallory 


Ohio 


Sept. 20, 1862 


16 


7 


Def 


Def 


162 


Def 


51 


84 


00 


t 


V\ illiam B. McMichael 


Md 


Sept. 27, 1861 


17 


2 


Def 


82 


99 


48 


35 


115 


2 00 



22 



FOURTH CLASS — Cohtimced. 











G 
.2 

"3 


Order of 
merit in — 




Pi 

m 

9 














o 










1 














(4 
PL4 


4 






Date or 


o 

1 


i 














« 


Name. 


State. 






to 












!> 


F 






Admission. 




2? 










a 




2 








« 


< 










>» 


QQ 


- 






< 


a 












B 


to 










o 


c 


>> 






.2 


















eS 


- 




ir 


— 






o 

u 








>- 


o 




1 


2 

o 
© 


>> 

s 

00 


re 


0) 


DO 

E 




X 

rt 


o 








> 


S 


< 


3 


O 


w 


a 


ft 


a 


ft 






Ind 

Penn 


April 18, 1862 
Sept. 27, 1861 


15 
14 


4 

3 


71 
Dei 


Def 

100 


91 
110 


Def 
92 


41 

81 


49 
15 


2 
2 


00 


Perrv M. Washabaugh. 


00 


$ 


Colles T. Pond 


N. Y 


April 23, 1862 


17 


4 

















86 


2 


00 


a 


Carlisle P. Porter 


Penn 


Sept. 27, 1861 


15 





a 


a 


a 


fi 


a 


105 


2 


00 


§ 


Francis VV\ Perkins — 


Conn 


Sept. 23, 1862 


15 


9 

















236 





00 



a Not examined. Absent on leave on account of ill bealtb. 



23 



SECOND DIVISION OF THE FOURTH CLASS, 59 MEMBERS, 1863. 



Name. 



State. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Age at 




DATE OF 








Demerit 






Year. 


s 

C3 


■a 
c 
o 

8 




15 


2 


195 


14 


1 


181 


16 


1 


199 


16 


6 


199 


16 


2 


132 


15 


4 


111 


16 


8 


64 


16 


5 


157 


14 


11 


49 


ir 


8 


93 


14 


5 


i 


16 


11 


46 


16 


10 


151 


14 


3 


57 


15 


5 


00 


16 


10 


77 


15 


1 


27 


14 


6 


136 


17 


1 


80 


15 


6 


20 


14 


3 


51 


16 


10 


38 


18 


1 


152 


16 


9 


57 


15 


6 


14 


17 


5 


30 


15 


10 


41 


17 


00 


100 


16 


11 


61 


16 


5 


30 


14 


8 


30 


16 


2 


90 


15 


3 


00 


17 


1 


00 


16 


7 


3 


16 


11 


4 


15 


9 


35 


16 


4 


24 


15 


11 


113 


15 


11 


101 


15 


00 


29 


14 


00 


18 



Sea Ser- 
vice in 
Practice 
Ship. 



Clifton T. Adams 

James A. Barnes 

§Hobart Berrian, Jr 

§ Henry S. Bridge 

James H. Carpenter 

Charles W. Christopher., 

George H. Church 

Augustus Clason 

James W. Cowie 

Samuel R. Crambaugh.. 

George S. Davol 

Franklin J. Drake 

Henry C. English 

Charles C. Eames 

Maunsell B. Field 

Wells L. Field 

Charles Fenner 

Louis E. Foliot. 

Louis W. Frost 

Fernando P. Gilmore. . . . 

Edward R.Hall 

Walton Goodwin 

William F.Hall 

Perez Harrington 

Matthew Hughes 

James 0. Hutchinson... . 
George K. Huttleston . . . 

Albert J. Kenney 

Frank S. Kirkland 

§ Franklin Kneass 

Harry Knox 

Samuel Lawrence, Jr 

Eugene H. C. Leutze. . . . 

Leavitt C. Logan 

Andrew C. McMechan . . 

Henry B. Mansfield 

John'E. Pillsbury 

Edward R. Seager 

Huntington Smith 

William C. G. Perry 

Edward W. Sturdy 

Hamilton M. Tallman . . . 



Connecticut . . . 
Massachusetts 

Virginia 

Massachusetts. 
New York 

Ohio 

New Jersey. . . 

New York 

Io wa 

Kentucky 

Massachusetts. 

New York 

Illinois 

Massachusetts . 

New York 

New York 

Rhode Island. . 
Pennsylvania . 

At large 

Ohio 

New York 

Maine 

At large 

New York 

Iowa 

New York 

Massachusetts. 
Rhode Island. . 
Wisconsin. . . . 
Pennsylvania . 

Ohio 

New York 

Dist. Columbia 

Ohio 

Nebraska Ter. . 
Massachusetts. 

At large 

Maryland 

Indiana 

Massachusetts . 

Maine 

New York 



Sept. 23 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 20 
Nov. 25 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Sept, 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Sept. 29 
Nov. 29 
Feb. 25 
Nov. 20, 
Sept, 29 
Nov. 28 
Sept. 22 
Feb. 28 
Sept. 23 
Feb. 26 
Sept. 27 
Feb. 21 
Sept 
Sept 
Feb 
Oet. 
Feb 

Sept. 25 
March 2 
Nov. 28 
March 4 
Feb. 28 
Feb. 24 
Feb. 27 
Sept. 22 
Sept. 22 
Feb. 26 
Fob. 20 
Feb. 25 
Feb. 27 



26 



, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
,1863 



00 



24 



SECOND DIVISION OF THE FOURTH CLASS,— Continued. 





State. 


Date of 
Admission. 


Age at 

DATE OF 

Admission. 


Demerit 

FOR THE 

Year. 


Sea Ser- 
vice IN 
Practice 
Ship. 


Name. 


U 

o 


03 

o 


CD 

3 

3 


ED 

cS 


Edward W. Very 


Wash'n Ter. . . 
At large 


Feb. 20, 1863 
Sept. 25, 1862 
Feb. 26, 1863 
Feb. 26, 1863 
Nov. 24, 1862 
Sept. 30, 1862 
Feb. 21, 1863 
Nov. 21, 1862 
March 6, 1863 
Nov. 20, 1862 
Sept. 24, 1862 
Nov. 29, 1862 
Feb. 24, 1863 
Feb. 25, 1863 
March 2, 1863 
Feb. 27, 1863 
Feb. 24, 1863 


15 
14 
16 
16 
16 
15 
17 
16 
15 
15 
15 
17 
14 
15 
17 
16 
14 


6 
00 

5 
00 

8 

4 
00 
00 

1 

2 

8 

00 

10 

11 

5 

2 

8 


37 

32 

55 

13 

105 

131 

17 

141 

72 

125 

124 

127 

118 

2 

00 

00 

25 


4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 










00 
9 


t Charles Alfter 

f George E. Alkins 

t William K. Babbitt.... 


Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania . 
Pennsylvania . 

Vermont 

New York 

Delaware 

Vermont 

Massachusetts. 
Connecticut. . . 

Illinois 

Ohio 


9 

00 

9 

9 


t Alfred S. Post 

t Henry M. Ridgely 

f Thomas D. Sedman — 

JJohn Dunscomb 

$ Charles T. Jewett .... 
% Frederick S. Lincoln. .. 

tJoiin T. Tinker 

§ Charles H. Ballance... . 

§ William K. Butler 

| Richard H. Dana 

^Frederick B. Griswold. 


9 
9 
9 
00 
00 
00 
00 


Illinois 

Connecticut. . . 

Maine 

New York 


00 

oo 

00 
00 



25 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MIDSHIPMEN ADMITTED IN JULY AND SEP- 
TEMBER, 1863. 



Name. 



Charles A. Adams 

Charles 0. Allibone 

Edward H. Ashwin 

Mortimer Ayers 

Nathan H. Barnes 

Edward A. Benjamin. . 

Daniel F. Bennett , 

Gottfried Blochlinger. . . 

Matthew Bolles , 

Charles E. Brown , 

Arthur Burrall , 

Lislie C. Butler 

Charles VV. Chipp 

George G. Clay 

Richardson Clover 

William H. Cole 

Fred Collins 

Sidney J. Cowea 

William S. Cowles 

Alfred Craven 

Edward M. Cruger 

Frank S. Douty 

William H. Everett 

Percy R. Foster 

William B. H. Frailey. . 

Perry Garst 

Justin D. Glen 

Benjamin F. Goldsmith. 

William T. Goundie 

Frederic W. Greenleaf. . 

James M. Grimes 

John W. Hagensman 

Frederick Haines 

Charles D. Harrington . . 

John M. Hawley , 

Aaron Hayden, Jr 

James Holmes 

Charles C. Hoyt 

James C. Hull 

William Kearney 

Joseph W. Kerr 

Albert Landolt 

George W. Lewis 

John A. Marlow 

John P. Merrell 



State. 



Wisconsin 
New Jersey. . . 

Indiana ... 

Illinois 

Illinois 

ew York 

Massachusetts, 

Io wa 

Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 

Illinois 

Iowa 

New York 

Michigan 

Missouri 

New Jersey. . . 

Maine 

New York 

Connecticut . . 

New York 

New York 

Maine 

Connecticut . . 
Massachusetts 
Son of Officer 

inois 

New York 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania . . 

Minnesota 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania. . 
Pennsylvania. . 
Massachusetts , 
Massachusetts . 

Maine 

New Jersey 

Missouri 

New York 

New York 

At large 

Wisconsin 

New York 

Ohio 

Michigan 



Date of 
Admission. 



July 23 
July 23 
July 21 
July 21 
July 27 
July 28 
July 28 
July 21. 
July 30 
July 23 
July 31 
Julv 28 
July 23 
July 22 
Julv 29 
July 21 
July 22 
July 20 
July 21 
July 23 
July 30 
July 24 
July 21, 
July 23, 
July 22 
July 25 
July 30 
July 25 
July 28 
July 29 
July 25 
July 21 
July 28; 
July 23 
July 23 
July 30 
July 23 
July 28 
July 27 
July 28 
July 28 
July 28 
July 27 
July 24 
July 20 



1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1863 



Age at 

date of 

Admission. 



Years. Months. 



16 
16 
16 
15 
16 
15 
16 
14 
15 
16 
15 
14 
14 
17 
17 
17 
16 
16 
17 
16 
16 
15 
16 
17 
15 
15 
15 
15 
14 
16 
15 
16 
15 
16 
16 
15 
15 
14 
16 
16 
16 
15 
16 
15 
16 



11 



26 



LIST OF MIDSHIPMEN — Continued. 



Name. 



Solomon W. Miles 

John Milligan 

John Missimer 

Thompson A. Murray. . . . 

Charles F. Norton 

John Odell 

Frederick H. Paine 

Lambert G. Palmer 

Charles M. Payne 

Samuel S Parks 

Charles Prentis 

John A. Rodgers 

Albert Ross 

Uriel Sebree 

. William W. Sherman 

Frederick Singer 

Allen Smith 

D wight S. Smith 

Alvan S. South worth ... . 

Arthur B. Speyers 

John B. Stow 

Edward D. Taussig 

Nelson Taylor 

Jonathan M. Wainwright. 

Ashburton Webster 

John S. Williams 

Charles R. Wilson 

Thomas S. Woodruff 

George Austen 

Francis W. Agnel 

Daniel D. Allen 

Conway H. Arnold 

George C. Bayer , 

Park Benjamin, Jr 

Charles H. M. Blake 

John V. B. Bleecker 

Edwin W. Bliss 

Edward W. Bridge 

JohnT. Carr 

James K. Cogswell , 

Arthur B. Cole 

Albert R. Couden 

Warner M. Cowgill 

Ed ward W. Creecy , 

Patrick T. Cunningham., 
Edward M. Day 



State. 



Iowa 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

At Large 

Colorado Territory . 

Wisconsin 

New York , 

Son of Officer 

Maine , 

Illinois , 

Connecticut 

Son of Officer 

Pennsylvania 

Missouri 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Son of Officer 

Michigan 

New York 

New York 

New York 

Missouri 

New York 

Son of Officer .... 
Son of Officer .... 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Washington Ter'y. 

California 

Son of Officer 

Ohio 

New York 

Massachusetts 

Son of Officer 

Dakota Territory. . 

New York 

Florida 

Wisconsin 

Michigan 

Utah Territory.. . . 

Delaware 

Louisiana 

Illinois 

Louisiana 



Date of 

Admission. 



Age at 

DATE OF 

Admission. 



Years. Months. 



July 30, 1863 
July 21, 1863 
July 21, 1863 
July 25, 1863 
Julv 22, 1863 
July 29, 1863 
July 25, 1863 
July 20, 1863 
July 23, 1863 
Julv 30, 1863 
July 23, 1863 
July 29, 1863 
July 23, 1863 
July 23, 1863 
July 30, 1863 
July 27, 1863 
July 25, 1863 
July 24, 1863 
July 23, 1863 
July 23, 1863 
July 21, 1863 
July 23, 1863 
July 30, 1863 
July 29, 1863 
July 27, 1863 
July 27, 1863 
July 21, 1863 
July 30, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 30, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Oct. 14, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 24, 1863 
Oct. 9, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 24, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 25, 1863 
Sept. 26, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 24, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 



16 

16 

16 

16 

15 

16 

14 

14 

14 

14 

15 

15 

16 

15 

16 

16 

14 

14 

15 

16 

15 

15 

15 

14 

14 

16 

14 

14 

14 

16 

16 

14 

16 

14 

15 

16 

16 

16 

17 

16 

16 

16 

14 

16 

14 

15 



10 

4 



6 

4 



10 

3 

4 



2 

4 

4 

2 



9 

11 

11 

10 

11 





27 



LIST OF MIDSHIPMEN— Continued. 



Name. 


State. 


Date of 
Admission. 


Age at 

DATE OF 

Admission. 




Years. 


Months. 


Thomas A. De Blois 


Georgia 


Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 26, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 26, 1863 
Sept. 30, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 28, 1863 
Sept. 25, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 28, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Oct. 13, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 26, 1863 
Sept. 24, 1863 
Sept. 24, 1863 
Sept 26. 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 26, 1863 
Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 28, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 24, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Oct. 12, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 25, 1863 
Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 22. 1863 
Sept. 22j 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept, 21, 1863 


15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
15 
16 
15 
16 
16 
16 
14 
16 
17 
14 
15 
16 
16 
16 
17 
16 
14 
16 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
16 
15 
16 
17 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
15 
15 


8 


Francis H. Delano 


Ohio 


5 


Erasmus Dennison 


Ohio 


9 


Joseph G. Eaton 




9 


Edward A. Farrington 

John G. Fine 


New York 

New York 

Son of Officer 


8 
3 


Augustus R. S. F- ote 


6 


Charles T. Forse 




2 


Robert P. Garsed 

Samuel Hamilton 


Pennsylvania 

Maryland 


5 

6 


Eugene D. Heald 


Maine 





Edward W. Henricks 




1 


Frederic A. Howes 




11 


Henrv C. Hunter 


New York 


7 


Frederic G. Hyde 


Connecticut 


4 


William H. Jaques 


9 


Bradish W. Johnson 


Louisiana 


11 


Horace E. Jones 







James Jones 


Indiana , 


1 


John S. Kane 




9 


Frederick Klapp 




11 


Thomas N. Lee 


District Columbia 


1 


William Little 


5 


George McBride 

Edward P. McClellan 


Ohio.' 


1 


New York 


3 


Horace McElrov 


11 


William S. McGunnegle 

Cornelius R. Meeker 


Missouri 


10 
6 


George Mills 




4 


James M. Miller 




4 


Jacob W. Miller 




4 


George J. Mitchell 


Louisiana 

Virginia 


3 


William G. Morgan 





Frank C. Morehead 


10 


William E. Morrison 




5 


John C. Muhlenberg 


Dakotah Territory 

Maine 


2 


John P. Neal 


10 




1 


Edwin C. Pendleton 




4 


Hamilton Perkins 


New Hampshire 


2 


Adoniram J. Phillips 


2 


Ebenezer S. Prime 


Ohio 


8 


•Frank T. Robinson 




1 


Furman G. Rogers 




10 


Richard Rush 




7 


Woodhull S. Schenck 




2 









28 



LIST OF MIDSHIPMEN— Continued. 



Name. 


State. 


Date of 
Admission. 


Age at 

DATE OF 

Admission. 




Tears. 


Months. 


Charles P. Shaw 


District Columbia 

New York 


Sept. 25, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 28, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Sept. 23, 1863 
Oct. 16, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 30, 1863 
Sept. 25, 1863 
Sept. 28, 1863 
Sept. 22, 1863 
Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 24, 1863 
Sept. 21, 1863 
Sept. 25, 1863 
Sept. 29, 1863 
Sept. 28, 1863 


14 
16 
15 
15 
16 
15 
17 
15 
14 
16 
14 
16 
16 
15 
16 
16 
15 
16 


4 




11 


§ Henry W. Sprole 


New York 

Son of Officer 


11 


Thomas H. Stevens, Jr 


2 


Daniel D. V. Stuart 


New York 

Connecticut 





Willie Swift 


6 


William C. Talbot. 




4 


Benjamin F. Tilley 


Rhode Island 


6 


Walter G. Tracv 




2 


Lewis D. Webster 




3 


Gratiot Washburne 


Illinois 


4 


Charles A. Weidman 




11 


Clifford H. West 

Theodore P. West 


New York 

New York 


10 
10 


Alfred H. Whittell 


Nevada Territory 

New York 


3 


George M. Williams 


6 


Edward P. Wood 


Ohio 


1 


William Woart 


Maine 


9 









OFFICERS AND MIDSHIPMEN 

Quartered on board the School-Ships " Constitution" and " Santee.' 



Lieut. HENRY M. BLUE, in Charge. 

Lieut. WILLIAM T. SAMPSON, Executive Officer. 

Lieutenants. — Francis O. Davenport and Horace E. Mullan. Paymaster's Clerk. — Joseph 
A. Bowles. Acting Master's Mates. — David C. Miner and Robert Silver. Boatswain. — 
Edward Kenney. Gunner. — George Sirian. Carpenter. — Joseph E.Miller, Sailmaker. — 
Henry T. Stocker. 

Midshipmen. — C. A. Adams, Aqnel, Allen, Allibone, C. H. Arnold, Ashwin, Austen, 
Ayers, N. H. Barnes, Bayer, E. A. Benjamin, P. Penjamin, jr., Bennett, Blake, Bleecker, 
Bliss, Blochlinger, Bolles, E. W. Bridge, Burrall, C. E. Brown, Butler, Carr, Chipp, Clay, 
Clover, A. B. Cole, W. H. Cole, Cogswell, Collins, Cowgill, Cowen, Cowles, Conden, Craven, 
Creecy, Cruger, Cunningham, E. M. Day, de Blois, Delano, Dennison, Douty, Eaton, Everett, 
Farrington, Fine,Foote, Forse, Foster, Frailey, G-arsed, G-arst, G-len, Goldsmith, Goundie, 
Greenleaf, Grimes, Hagenman, Haines, Hamilton, C. D. Harrington, Hawley, Hayden, 
Heald, Henricks, Holmes, Howes, Hoyt, Hull, H. C. Hunter, Hyde, Jaques, Johnson, J. 
Jones, H. E. Jones, J. S. Kane, Kearney, Kerr, Klapp, Landolt, Lee, "W. Little, McBride, 
McClellan, McElroy, McGunnegle, Marlow, Mills, Meeker, Merrell, Miles, J. W. Miller, J. 
M. Miller, Milligan, Missimer, G. J Mitchell, Morgan, Morehead, Morrison, Muhlenberg, 
Murray, Neal, Norton, Odell, F. H. Paine, Palmer, Parks, W. M. Paul, C. M. Payne, Pendle- 
ton, Perkins, Phillips, Prentis, Prime, F. T. Robinson, F. G. Rogers, J. A. Rodgers, Ross, 
Rush, Schenck, Sebree, Shaw, Sherman, Simons, Singer, A. Smith, D. S. Smith, South- 
worth, Speyers, Stevens, Stow, D. D. V. Stuart, Swift, W. C. Talbot, Taussig, N. Taylor, 
Tilley, Tracey, Wainwright, Washbume, A. "Webster, L. D. Webster, Weidman, C. H. 
West, T. P. West, Whittell, G. M. Williams, J. S. Williams, C. R. Wilson, E. P. Wood, 
Woodruff, and Woart. — 153. 

School-ship " Santee." 

Lieutenants. — John H. Rowland and Nathaniel W. Thomas. Assistant Surgeon. — Wil- 
liam L. Wheeler. Paymaster's Clerk. — William W. Harris. Acting Master's Mates. — 
John W. Johnson, William H. Carroll, Lewis Burns, and John B. Lawrence. 

Midshipmen. — J.M.Bradford, G.J.Brown, G. L. Brown, Cathcart, Colby, Delehauty, 
Dunlap, Etting, Gheen, Gillpatriek, Kessler, H. L. Mansfield, McMurdy, Meigs, James Moore, 
F. W. Nichols, Price, A. F. Robinson, Safford, Starr, Stembel, Stockbridge, R. Stockton, 
W. N. Whelen, E. H.Wilson. — K. D. Browne, Christopher, Church, Clason, Cowie, Crurn- 
baugh, H. H. Davis, Davol, Dorrance, Drake, Eames, English, Fenner, Frost, Gilpin, Gil- 
more, Goodwin, W. F. Hall, Perez Harrington, Higbee, Hollingshead, Hughes, Jacob, Kirk- 
land, Knox, Lawrence, Logan, H. B. Mansfield, McMechan, A. G. Paul, W. C. G. Perry, 



30 



Pillsbury, Porter, Seager, Silver, E. C. Smith, H. Smith, Sturdy, J. T. Sullivan, Symonds 
Tallman, E. W. Very, Wessells, D. L. Wilson. — C. T. Adams, Alfter, Alkins, Babbitt, Jas. 
A. Barnes, Beebe, J. H. Carpenter, Cook, Cushman, W. L. Field, Foliot, E. R. Hall, Hays, 
Hutchinson, Huttleston, Kenney, Leutze, Lull, Post, Ridgely, Sedman, and Thatcher. — 91. 

U. S. Practice-Ship " Macedonian." 

Lieut. Com'r. E. O. MATTHEWS, in Charge. 

Acting Assistant Paymaster. — H. P. Tuttle. Boatswain. — Edward B. Bell. Gunner. — 
George Fouse. Carpenter. — Joseph Q-. Myers. Sailmalcer. — Stephen Seaman. 

U. S. Practice-Ship " Marion." 

Lieut. Com'r. M. C. CAMPBELL, in Charge. 

Boatswain. — Philip J. Miller. Carpenter. — Oliver H. Gerry. Acting Master's Mate.— 
William O. Gladding. 

U. S. Schooner " America." 
Acting Master's Mate HARRISON THOMPSON, in Charge. 



31 






p 
<} 
o 

> 









« H 




11 g 


i 




w 


° iH* 


P 




o 


* S 


S 


•tf "* ^ 


M 


* t ^ 


P 


g C3 &0 


< 


c3 g o 


<1 


o P< S 




S a 1 

*H O ° 


55 


o> 1 - 2 


a 


P CO =3 


p 


1-3 w M 

o W 


p 


CO 




M 


|1a 


H 


£ * m 


t/J 


a" s . 


O 


5 . 0° 
t -1 'CS 


pq 


c fl 2 


S 


o § £ 


a 


32 ! p) 


<i 


£ o 


* 


J W «H 


rh 


>> 1 h 


O 

Ph 


el ~ 5 


Ph 





ft 


g 








•4 


T* 


o 






,0 


-3 




- 










O 


CO 


„ 


S3 


£ 






IS 


H 


rj 


+3 


pq 














h 


o 



H 
o 

■< 

w 

« 

o 

fa 

PQ >h 
** 2 

£ 1 

H 
Q ^ 

u 

H 
O 

1-3 

« 

CO 


Arithmetic — Greenleaf s. 

A^ebra — Davies. 

Geometry, Davies' Legendre, begun. 


English Grammar — Bullion's. 
Geography — Cornell. 
English Grammar — Bullion's. 
History — Worcester — Lord. 
Composition. 


b"c 

co 


CO 
W 

CO 

3 

M 

« 

H> 

K 
O 

CO 

O 
H 
<5 
H 

3 
W 


c 
.2 
tf 
'5 

CD 
M 

CO 








<H oi 


. H M ri M 


co co 


pi pi 

H H 


co -^ co '-v 
r ^ r ^ 


J3 ^d 
H H 

pi S3 


S 

u 
H 


H3 

.S CB 
fe CO 


1 | 

fe CO 


T3 

.S CD 

f=q CO 


M 

Ph 

H 

Q 


.2 

a 

CP 


CO 

'S 
_g 

c^ 

.s 

'bb 

B 

C 
oS 

.2 


bb 

.s 

1 

S3 
ccj 
Sh 

ft 

S3 

c3 

bD 

S3 

Q 


•ava^ xsuitf — SSVTO HXHI105 



32 



^ 



6 






■X3 



I 



^3 



lb 



H 
o 
< 

» 

o 

H g 

H ft 

<j <; 

CO 

H 
O 
H 
Ha 

M 
& 
02 


05 
O 

1 

co 

c3 

S 
S3 

CO 


Geometry — Davies' Legendre. 
Trigonometry — Chauvenet. 
Mensuration — Davies. 


History U. S. — Elliot. ) 

> Composition. 
Rhetoric — Quackenbos. ) 


French Student's Manual — Girault. 
Vie de Washington — Girault. 


c 

03 
P 
03 

a 


03 

H 

CO 

3 

W 
M 
W 

B 

c 

IB 

o 

H 
<j 
Eh 

3 

H 


co 
O 

.2 
w 

CO 

P 


H 
H 


rA rA 

co 
£h fc 

A -a 
H H 

a a 
H H 


Tu., Th., (3.) F., (2.) 
Tu., Th., (3.) W., (2.) 


CO CN 

- .d 

b=T a 


rH CO 

CO 

cm' r 

"-' P* 


03 

H 


| 

5 


n3 

i i 

.a o) 


T3 

.a a) 

fe CO 


.a 03 

P*h co 


T3 

1 I 

.a 03 

E=< CO 


U 

1 
p 


Seamanship, Naval Gunnery, Naval 
Tactics, Infantry Tactics and Howitzer 
Drill. 


CO 

.2 

~c3 

s 

03 

OS 


CO 

03 

a 
co 

.2 
"bb 
P 

W 
n3 

a 

03 

.2 


-a 

o 

a 

03 
J-l 

pq 


hb 

.9 
1 

Si 

p 

a 

c3 
bJO 

a 

1 

s-, 

P 


•avaA auoaas — SSV10 QHfflX 



33 





,a 




















rj 






















O 


s 




















cl 


co 




















s 


i 




















CO 

1 


1 

. a 














"a 

ci 






1 


-5 s 














3 






<a 


C 03 














i 






— Luce, 
d Naval Gunn 
tics — Casey. 
Artillery. 


CO U 

1 1 

b I 3 


! 1 1 

SS £ 1 
Q W « 




Sh 
CD 

-a 

5-1 

c3 




■a 

a 

CO 


^6 
1 

CD 


i 

"3 

a 

a 

a 


S 
Q 

I 

a 
o 


5h 

CD 

ci 
CD 

CO 

*c3 
O 
CD 

a 

c3 


f ~" 






3amanship- 
rdnance an 
fan try Tac 
aval Light 


■a 3 

.2 a 
t, £ 

a S 


1 1 1 

c S .2 

% § « 

s-i *a > 

E3 co c3 


CO 

.2 

"eg 

co o 

o a 

'43 T3 


of £ 

CO 'u 

I I 


CO 
CD 

a 

oi 


1 

co 

.2 

'5 
a 

CD 


a 

CD 

"3 

CO 

5h 


T3 

CO 
O 

a 

CD 


CD 
CD 


co o £ Jz; 


<5 Q 


co <! {z; 


O tq 


<5 fa 


S 


§ 


K=5 


fa 


> 


£ 


.-. s—. 


^ 


^-v ^-s 




^-. —. 






^. 




^ 


^-^ 


ci tA 


CO 


CS1 CO 




tA tA 






ci 




^ 


CO 


^-' "-' 


w 






— ' w 






^^ 




v -' 


^^ 


CO 








fa 










CO 

fa 




Ol 


fa 










































fa 




H 




^ ^ 










c<i 


fa 


^ 


P 


^ K 




P P 






H 




& 


H 


fa s 


rf 


fl si 




S rf 






H 




sa" 


a 
EH 


T3 




t5 




T3 






T3 




H3 


C 




a 




S 






c 




a 


irst 

030 


-4J 
5-1 


.a © 




Is s 

• P CD 






CD 


CO 

5-i 


o 
o 

CD 


fa co 


fa 


fa co 




fa CO 






co 


fa 


co 


•— • S-. 






















cj a> 




ex 


















!> IS! 




C3 




!>> 














* .t2 








,P 














fc £ 




& 




O 














o 




a 




CO 

O 














O ^3 




CO 




s 














S3 C 




T3 




fa 
13 






co 

.2 








O J 




a? 

o 




<D 






^3 
a 








"os 2 




"f> 




a 

CD 

ft 






CO 








*-■ 




od 




M 






to 








2 £ 


CO 

.2 


^ 




fa 

T3 






a 
fa 








52 c 


e3 


£ 




a 






^3 








G — 
q to 

I .2 . 


s 




c3 






a 








s 

CD 


o 
c 
p 




5-< 
P 






CO 

.2 




CD 

a 




« 1 -c 


03 


CO 




"5 






^ 




CD 




H Q 


pq 


< 




& 






fa 




fa 




•aval aaiHX — SSVTD (M003S 










<f 















34 



■^3 
.8 



s 



5»0 

I 



53 

•si 



io 



H 
o 
< 

« 
O 
ft 

o » 

cq ^ 

* 1 
H 1 

m 
H 
O 

i-s 
H 
& 
172 


Seamanship and Naval Tactics — Luce. 
Ordnance and Naval Gunnery — Simpson. 
Treatise on Field Fortifications — Mahan. 


Theory of Navigation. 
Practical Astronomy. 
Marine Surveying. 


Heat — Lardner. 

Chemistry — Gregory. 

Steam Engine — Main & Brown. 


© 
1 

o3 

§ 

d 

I 

d 

02 
1=3 

d . 

OH 

ll 

03 

d 
o 
O 


o 

d 
© 

O 


a5 
8 

GO 

o 

H 

M 

o 

GO 

1 

H 

M 

8 
H 
M 


CI 

# o 
ts 
'o 

© 

03 

03 

Q 


M.,W.,S.,(l,)Tu.,Th.(3.) 
W.,(l,)Tu.,Th.,(2.)F.,(3.) 


£ i 
A-'i 


co c<i 




g CO 

rT ^ 


a 
© 


i 1 

.a © 


£ o 

.d © 
&h 02 


ti § 

21 ©■ 

pc« 02 


t5 

d 
o 
o 
© 

02 


t3 

e i 

.d © 

Pn 02 


H 

i 


Seamanship, Naval Gunnery, Naval 
Tactics, Infantry Tactics, and Howitzer 
Drill. 


bb 

a 

"P. 

© 

02 
CI 

03 

cT 

O 

'"§ 

bC 

1 

a 

o 
d 
8 

03 
<1 


Natural and Experimental Philosophy. 


03 

02 
'bb 

d 
&q 

1 

03 

o 

3 


03 
Pi 


•ava^ Hxanoj — ggyiO ISHLi 



REGULATIONS 



GOVERNING THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY. 



1. Application, addressed to the Secretary of the Navy, can be made at any time, by 
the candidate himself, or by his parent or guardian, or any of his friends, and his name 
will be placed on the register. The registry of a name, however, does not give 
assurance of an appointment, and no preference will be given on account of priority of 
application. No application will be considered where the candidate is under or above 
the" prescribed age, where the precise age and actual and fixed residence are not stated, 
and the law requires that the applicant should be a resident of the Congressional dis- 
trict of the State from which he applies. 

2. The number of midshipmen allowed at the Academy is two for every member and 
delegate of the House of Representatives, two for the District of Columbia, ten at large, 
ten appointed annually from the sons of officers, etc., of the army or navy, and three 
selected each year from boys enlisted in the navy who have been at least one year in 
the service, six months of which shall have been sea service. 

3. The nomination of candidates for admission from the District of Columbia, from the 
enlisted boys, from the sons of officers, etc., and at large, is made by the President. 
The nomination of candidates from any Congressional district or Territory is made on 
the recommendation of the member or delegate, from actual residents of his district or 
Territory. 

4. Each year, as soon after the fifth of March as possible, members and delegates will 
be notified, in writing, of vacancies that may exist in their districts. If such members 
or delegates neglect to recommend candidates by the first of July in that year, the Sec- 
retary of the Navy is required by law to fill the vacancies. 

5. The nomination of candidates is made annually, between the fifth of March and 
first of July. Candidates who receive permission will present themselves to the 
Superintendent of the Naval Academy between the twentieth and thirty-first of July 
for examination as to their qualifications for admission. Should any candidate be found 
physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the member or delegate from whose 
district he was nominated will be notified to recommend another candidate, who shall 
be examined between the twentieth and the thirtieth of September following. 

6. No candidate will be admitted into the Naval Academy unless he shall have passed 
a satisfactory examination before the Academic Board, and is found (in the opinion of 
a medical board, to be composed of the surgeon of the Naval Academy, and two other 



36 



medical officers designated by the Secretary of the Navy) physically sound, well formed, 
and of robust constitution, and qualified to endure the arduous labors of an officer of the 
navy. 

7. Candidates for appointment as midshipmen must be between fourteen and seven- 
teen years of age, except those selected from the enlisted boys, who must not be over 
eighteen years of age. They must be of good moral character, and pass a satisfactory 
examination before the Academic Board in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic, 
geography, and English grammar, viz : in reading, they must read clearly and intelligibly 
from any English narrative work — as, for example, Bancroft's History of the United 
States; in writing and spelling, they must write from dictation in a legible hand, and 
spell with correctness both orally and in writing; in arithmetic, they will be examined 
in numeration and the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers 
and vulgar and decimal fractions, and in proportion, or the rule of three ; in geograp 
they will be examined as to the leading grand divisions — the continents, oceans, and 
seas, the chief mountains and rivers, and the boundaries and population of the chief 
nations, their government, capitals, and chief cities; in English grammar, they will be 
examined as to the parts of speech and the elementary construction of sentences, and 
will be required to write an original paragraph of a few sentences. The board will judge 
whether the proficiency of the candidate in these branches is sufficient to qualify him 
to enter upon the studies of the Academy. 

8. Any one of the following conditions will be sufficient to reject a candidate, viz: 

1. Feeble constitution and muscular tenuity; unsound health, from whatever cause; 
indications of former disease; glandular swellings, or other symptoms of scrofula. 

2. Chronic cutaneous affections, especially of the scalp, or any disorder of an infectious 
character. 

3. Severe injuries of the bones of the head; convulsions. 

4. Impaired vision, from whatever cause; inflammatory affections of the eye-lids; 
immobility, or irregularity of the iris; fistula lachrymalis, &c, &c. 

5. Deafness ; copious discharge from the ears. 

6. Loss of many teeth, or the teeth generally unsound. 

7. Impediment of speech. 

8. Want of due capacity of the chest, and any other indication of a liability to a 
pulmonic disease. 

9. Impaired or inadequate efficiency of one or both of the superior extremities on 
account of fractures, especially of the clavicle; contraction of a joint, extenuation, 
deformity, &c. 

10. An unnatural excurvature or incurvature of the spine. 

11. Hernia. 

12. A varicose state of the veins of the scrotum and spermatic cord, (when large,) 
sarcocele, hydrocele, hemorrhoids, fistulas. 

13. Impaired or inadequate efficiency of one or both of the inferior extremities or 
account of varicose veins, fractures, malformation, (flat feet, &c.,) lameness, contrac- 
tions, unequal length, bunions, overlying or supernumerary toes, &c, &c. 



37 



14. Ulcers, or unsound cicatrices of ulcers likely to break out afresh. 

15. Attention will also be paid to the stature of the candidate ; and no one manifestly 
undersized for his age, will be received into the Academy. In case of doubt about the 
physical condition of the candidate, any marked deviation from the usual standard of 
height, will add materially to the consideration for rejection. 

9. If both these examinations result favorably, the candidate will receive an appoint- 
ment as a midshipman, become an inmate of the Academy, and be allowed his actual 
and necessary travelling expenses from his residence to the Naval Academy. If, on the 
contrary, he shall not pass both of these examinations, he will receive neither an 
appointment nor his travelling expenses, nor can he by law have the privilege of another 
examination for admission to the same class unless recommended by the board of 
examiners. 

10. No one can receive a commission as an ensign in the navy unless he be a graduate 
of the Naval Academy. 

11. When candidates shall have passed the required examinations, and been admitted 
as members of the Academy, they must immediately furnish themselves with the 
following articles, viz : 

Two navy blue uniform suits ; 

One navy blue uniform overcoat ; 

Two navy blue uniform caps ; 

Six white shirts ; 

Six pairs oi socks ; 

Four pairs of drawers ; 

Six pocket handkerchiefs ; 

One black silk handkerchief, or stock ; 

One mattress ; 

One pillow ; 

One pair of blankets ; 

One bed cover, or spread; 

Two pairs of sheets ; 

Four pillow cases ; 

Six towels ; 

Two pairs of shoes or boots ; 

One hair-brush ; 

One tooth-brush ; 

One clothes-brush ; 

One coarse comb for the hair ; 

One fine comb for the hair ; 

One tumbler or mug ; and 

One thread and needle case. 

Eoom-mates will jointly procure for their common use, one looking-glass, one wash- 
basin, one water-pail, one slop-bucket, and one broom. These articles may be obtained 
from the store-keeper of the Academy, of good quality and at fair prices. 



38 



12. Each midshipman must, on admission, deposit with the paymaster the sum of 
fifty dollars in specie, or in United States notes, for which he will be credited on the 
books of that officer, to be expended by direction of the superintendent for the purchase 
of text-books and other authorized articles besides those enumerated in the preceding 
article. 

13. A midshipman found deficient at any examination cannot by law be continued 
at the Academy or in the service, unless upon the recommendation of the Academic 
Board. 

14. A midshipman who voluntarily resigns his appointment within a year of the time 
of his admission to the Academy, will be required to refund the amount paid him for 
travelling expenses. 

15. A midshipman may be advanced to any class which he may be found qualified 
to join either upon his admission or at any subsequent examination ; and he may be 
graduated at any June examination at which he shall be found fully qualified to pass a 
graduating academic examination. 

Midshipmen will not be permitted to receive, from any source, money in addition to 
their pay. 

Any remittances for their use from their parents, guardians, or other friends, must be 
made to the paymaster of the Academy, who will receipt for and credit them, and 
disburse them under the general regulations of the Institution. 



O 
J* 



era 

to' 



00 

I 



00